See the corvette at car shows in the area now through September 4, 2016.
Two live bands will entertain guests followed by the Fireworks Finale.
Tombstone Trail is now open in Noble County.
Three USAT sanctioned events will be offered in Northeastern Indiana this season.
Tips may be called in to Crime Stopper hot lines at any time; 436-STOP or 1-800-237-STOP.
The market on Barr Street traces to 1837 and is held in the oldest public space in Fort Wayne.
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See the mariner’s compass used by Asa Fairfield and more on how early transportation shaped Fort Wayne at the History Center as a part of 200@200.
WANE-TV Community Calendars and PSAs are free services for area nonprofit organizations.
Are you ready for an adventure?
Teams can register through June 23.
Duck sponsors are $5 per duck and admission is free.
Take a free assessment, stay for the walk.
Celebrate African American freedom and respect for all cultures.
NEI Water Trails announces Pedal, Paddle, Play planned for June 11.
Double life saving donations with a buddy on the first Saturday in June.
As we head into Spring, and spring cleaning, Mustard Seed is hoping that the public will think to repurpose items by donating them to the Furniture Bank.
There are no easy answers to homelessness, but local groups are ready to help.
Ask questions and hear more about life on and near the rivers.
JDRF unveils the new One Walk look.
Indiana FCA is bringing Benjamin Watson to Fort Wayne for a Night of Hope on May 2.
It offers hiking, hayrides, biking and boating, activities for kids and local bands.
New event offers city sights and jazz sounds.
Let’s talk about our rivers.
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